Chevy Corvair Convertible, 140 HP "Monza" 1966.... With Last Chance Auto Restore.com
This video is a "walk a round" on a recent purchase by Last Chance Auto Restore.com
John Nizman, of Last Chance Auto Restore.com talks about the condition of this "barn find", and discusses some of the features of this rare 1966 Chevrolet Corvair Convertible "Monza Edition" with the upgraded 140 HP engine.
This project car can be purchased from Last Chance Auto Restore.com and you can hire them to restore the Corvair to your specifications.....It's like ordering a new 1966 Corvair ....and they will build it for you!
How to replace the oil cooler in your VW
One of the Just Kampers experts explains how to replace the oil cooler in your VW. The JK team have been restoring and maintaining classic Volkswagens for many years and in this video they show how to change the oil cooler in a VW engine.
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VW Type 4 Oil Cooler Inside Baja Bug Roof Air Scoop Part 2
Type 4 oil cooler installed to a custom frame with same bolt pattern as typical aftermarket cooler. Now mounted to the roof scoop. Rubble washers between the scoop and frame at each bolt, foam insulation here and there to reduce leaks. Very difficult to get the top nuts installed on to the bolts. Both hoses go out one side of the scoop through a hole. This video was uploaded from an Android phone.
Corvair 110 HP PG modified with a new dual exhaust
Just got done installing a dual Exhaust in a Vair to enhance performance, one of the modifications that I recommend with a modified engine. Available at www.rafeecorvair.com, this light and afordable aftermarket Exhaust system is slightly louder than the stock one, without being too radical... ideal for daily drivers....for more details, you can reach me at the shop at 918-753-2486, or e-mail to: email@example.com
Driving with the Turbo
In this video, I go on a quick drive, and also talk about some problems I've been having with the Festiva. If you're not familiar with the project, this car has a transplanted Yanmar 2TNV70-PGA diesel engine (0.57L, 14.7 H.P. from Surplus Center in Omaha) I added the smallest turbo I could find (which is still too big) Next up: fixing the clutch and propane injection